Re: Stops at Lilo prompt
> i have just installed debian onto a "fresh" computer (no system on computer
> before installaition) using the "leaning debian linux" cd. after much
> handwringing and filling in the blanks, the installation completed
> successful. we rebooted and the lilo prompt came up -- and nothing happens!
> insert boot floppy made during installation. boot. all is well.
> check lilo.conf. looks good. run lilo. reboot. same thing.
> reboot from floppy and re-install kernel image from cd. run lilo. reboot.
> same thing.
> reboot from floppy. scratch head! now what???
> the disk setup is
> /dev/sda1 / 2000M
> /dev/sda5 /tmp 100M
> /dev/sda6 /usr 3500M
> /dev/sda7 /var 1000M
> /dev/sda8 /home 500M
> /dev/sda9 /usr/src 1000M
> /dev/sda10 swap 512M
> /dev/sda11 /opt 1058M
> the next move is to update the kernel, etc, using dselect.
> any ideas why the drive is *not* booting on its own????
> allen wayne best
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And are you sure that you have the boot directory (with kernel image) within the 1024 cylinder boundary?
if not ... lilo cannot boot it
I am Martin Kacerovsky, student of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
at the Charles University in Prague, in the Czech Republic, in Europe,
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